Author: David Bennett
Assistant Librarian (Promotions) at the University Library. An enthusiastic advocate of libraries, diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice for all, inside and outside the workplace.

EG announce webinar and short essay competition for budding real estate experts

Are you studying or planning a career in surveying, property or real estate management? If so, you’ll know how important having accurate and current data is to making decisions and managing a property portfolio. That’s why you’ll probably be excited

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Last of the Lexis training webinars this year!

If you still haven’t managed to get to all of the Lexis law training webinars this year, don’t miss the final instance of each, starting this Wednesday evening with the Basic Lexis Certification webinar session. Getting certified in the use

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Could you become our next LexisNexis Student Associate?

LexisNexis are recruiting for a new Student Associate to act as arepresentative on campus for their online services and adviseand support fellow students with their legal research. This is the sort of CV enhancing position that really can help you

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It’s never too late to ask!

Deadlines closing in? Your library can still help! Whether you are looking to pin down a source for those last elusive facts you need to qualify in your dissertation or referencing is taking over your life, your friendly library team

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Happy Trans Awareness Day?

Monday 31 March was Trans Awareness Day. It celebrates the existence, resilience and success of the trans and gender non-conforming community and aims to raise awareness of trans rights, or more often their absence, around the world.  We also all need

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Introducing ERP… not Wyatt, the other kind

Those of you interested in enterprise systems and how you might choose and manage the implementation of a large scale business information system might be interested in the comparatively recent arrival of enterprise resource planning or ERP systems. Designed to

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Research student republishes local history books

One of our research students has begun republishing religious history books, including local history works on the work of a priest in the late Victorian Portsmouth slums. Click here to visit their website and see the growing collection of books

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No need to get tested if you are visiting the Library from Monday onwards

In light of the continued low infection rate in Portsmouth, from Monday (29 March 2021) we will no longer be requiring staff and students to provide proof of a recent negative Covid test in order to enter the University Library.

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Free limited time trial -Adam Matthew Explorer

Adding to our wide collection of Adam Matthew online archives, including African American Communities, Empire Online, Mass Observation, Gender: Identity and Social Change, Popular Culture in Britain and America 1950-1970, we have access to the vast majority of the Adam

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Welcome back! Thinking of visiting us?

Coming back to campus and thinking of popping into the library? Remember to book yourself an asymptomatic Covid test on campus first and to book a study space in the library. Test results often take only an hour or so

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